Using Strength-Based Assessment in Transition Planning

Advocates adopting a person-centered approach to creating ISPs and IEPs that eschews strict categorization (e.g. describing the disabilities as "deficits, problems, and pathologies"). Focused on transition out of school.

Author(s): 

Epstein, Michael H., Susan Rudolph

Publication Date: 
2001
Publisher: 
Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice
Citation: 
Michael H. Epstein and Susan Rudolph, Using Strength-Based Assessment in Transition Planning, Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice (2001), http://cecp.air.org/interact/expertonline/strength/transition/1.asp.
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